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Chutz
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   Posted 7/12/2009 9:38 PM (GMT -7)   
What is your favorite time of day? I've never been a morning person but there were years when I was teaching that once I was up and moving I did love the environment around work before it got hectic. But my very best favorite time of day is bedtime. It's quieting down around this part of the world, hubby is most always in his PJ's by the time I get to bed but I pile in with ma stack of books and just enjoy being beside my sweetie. I feel safe and comfortable then.

Do you have a favorite time of day? Maybe that morning cup of coffee or some ME time before everyone gets up???

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Mrs. Dani
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   Posted 7/13/2009 9:27 AM (GMT -7)   
Do you have a favorite time of day? Maybe that morning cup of coffee or some ME time before everyone gets up???
    Dea Chutz,
 
    I think... @3:45 -  6:30pm when I do final quick clean and begin to prepare for the evening. I think I love that time of day the most. I am usually very tender and sore in my leggs, back and hipps by that time... But, It is best time to be with family.  They all love to hover in the kitchen and listen to music with me while I cook. Sometimes the girls will color or play by my feet. It feels so good. Best time to be Mom I think.
 
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straydog
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   Posted 7/13/2009 9:32 AM (GMT -7)   
I am the day break person. Out on the back porch with a fresh cup of coffee, my 3 hairy legged pals plotting and planning our day,lol. I know they conspire to see which one will finish eating the sponge backing off my rug at the kitchen sink-thiis is their new trick. I love to hear the birds sing when its very early, its soothing music to my ears.
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PAlady
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   Posted 7/13/2009 11:11 AM (GMT -7)   
I love evening time. Especially around sunset. When it's decent weather - not hot, but warm enough to sit outside and not need a jacket. With a light breeze. I can watch the sunset over Lake Erie. And I swear the birds are calling eachother back to their tree homes. I'm a night owl at heart, which is ok except now my nights and days are close to reversed and I don't like that. So I'm trying to find a middle ground.

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White Beard
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   Posted 7/13/2009 12:03 PM (GMT -7)   
I also like the evening time I often walk down to the boat docks, or should I say hobble! A bent over Old Man with a cane and White Beard strolling down the road! But it is so peaceful except for the occasional bird singing its night time song, and the bull frogs revving up for their evening concert, and an occasional coyote howling to welcome the evening stars as they make their first appearance in the sky. It is simply magical! Fireflys blinking as they dance through the air, and if there is a full, or even half moon to reflect in the lake, well....that is just an added bonus!

PALady I also have my nights and days some what mixed up I do my best sleeping between 5 AM and 9 or 10 AM. And then again between 3PM and 6 or 7 PM and then I am wide awake!I love to walk really early in the morning and see the sunrise but rarely am I awake to do so! But the sunsets and evenings are a delight!

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skeye
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   Posted 7/13/2009 6:48 PM (GMT -7)   
I used to be a morning person, but not anymore. I can barely get up in the mornings now, because I am just so exhausted. I think I like late afternoon/early evening best, if I am home. If not, then whenever I finish my day & can collapse!
Skeye

Post Edited (skeye) : 7/13/2009 8:18:19 PM (GMT-6)


anice
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   Posted 7/13/2009 8:29 PM (GMT -7)   
This one is kind of hard for me. I love to drag myself out of bed early in the morning, go outside with my cup of coffee and a book. It is one of my quiet times that is precious to me. It is hard to get up early. But I have been doing fairly well with it. The key is to do it before the kids and husband get up. And I also like to walk late at night. It is quiet and peaceful. At the end of a rather loud day (kids), sometimes, it sure hits the spot. Sorry, I had to give two answers here. But I couldn't pick just one.
Anice
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